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the Wednesday preceding the Passover (Mk. xiv. I, 3-9; Mt. xxvi. 2, 6-13).
John is probably correct. The rebuke of Judas (Jn. xii. 4-8) was probably
associated in the thought of the disciples with his later treachery;
consequently the synoptists report the plot of Judas and this supper in
close connection.

72. _The Messianic entry into Jerusalem_ is regarded by Reville as a
surrender by Jesus of his lofty Messianic ideal in response to the
temptation to seek a popular following. Keim with finer insight says,
"Even if it had certainly been his wish to bring the kingdom of heaven
near in Jerusalem quietly and gradually, and with a healthy mental
progress, as in Galilee, yet ... in the face of the irritability of his
opponents, in the face of the powerful means at their disposal of crushing
him ... there remained but one chance,--reckless publicity, the conquest
of the partially prepared nation by means, not of force, but of idea....
He came staking his life upon the venture, but also believing that God
must finish his work through life or death" (JN V. 100f.).

73. _The question about the resurrection_ was probably a familiar
Sadducean problem with which they made merry at the expense of the
scribes. On the resurrection in Jewish thought see Charles, _Eschatology,
Hebrew, Jewish, and Christian_, by index. For the scepticism of the
Sadducees see also Ac. xxiii. 8; Jos. Wars, ii, 8. 14.

74. On the "_great commandment_" see EdersLJM II. 403 ff.

75. The eschatological discourse presents serious exegetical difficulties.
Many cut the knot by assuming that Mk. xiii. and ||s contain a little
Jewish apocalypse written shortly before the destruction of Jerusalem,
which has been blended with genuine predictions of Jesus concerning his
second coming. See Charles, _Eschatology_, 323-. 329; WendtLJ I. 9-21;
HoltzmannNtTH I. 325 ff.; and Bruce's criticism in _Expos. Gk. Test_. I.
287f., also Sanday's note in HastBD II. 635f.

76. On _the relation of proselytes_ to Judaism see SchuererJPTX II. ii.
291-327. The synagogue in heathen lands drew to itself by its monotheism
and its pure ethics the finest spirits of paganism. But few of them,
however, submitted to circumcision, and became thus proselytes. Most of
them constituted the class of "them that fear God" to whom Paul constantly
appealed in his apostolic mission. The Greeks of Jn. xii. 20 ff. were
probably circumcised proselytes.

77. On _Judas_ see Plummer in HastBD II. 796 ff.; EdersLJM II. 471-478;
WeissLX III. 285-289; AndLOL by index. De Quincey's essay on _Judas
Iscariot_ is an elaborate defence.

VII

The Last Supper

78. GilbertLJ 335-354; WeissLX III. 273-318; EdersLJM II. 479-532; AndLOL
450-497; KeimJN V. 275-343; BeysLJ II. 434-448; SandayHastBD II. 633-638.

79. _The day of the last supper_. John seems clearly to place it on the
day before the Passover--13 Nisan. See xiii. I, 29; xviii. 28; xix. 14,
31, 42. Synoptists as clearly declare that the supper was prepared on the
"first day of unleavened bread, when they sacrificed the Passover" (Mk.
xiv. 12; see also Lk. xxii. 15); this is confirmed by the similarity
between the Passover ritual as tradition has preserved it, and the course
of events at the supper. Unless interpretation can remove the
contradiction, John must have the preference. WeissLX III. 273-282, BeysLJ
II. 390-399, accept John and correct the synoptists by him; thus the
supper anticipated the Passover. Some hold that John can be interpreted
harmoniously with synoptists, and be shown to indicate that the supper was
on the 14th Nisan. So EdersLJM II. 508, 566f., 612f.; AndLOL 452-481;
GilbertLJ 335-339. Others believe that a true interpretation of synoptists
shows that in calling the last supper a Passover they correctly represent
the character, but misapprehend the time, of the meal. For this argument
see Muirhead, _Times of Xt_, 163-169, and read SandayHastBD II. 633-636
and his references. The debate is still on, but the advantage seems to be
with those who assign the supper to the 13th and the crucifixion to the
14th Nisan.

80. _Did Jesus institute a memorial sacrament_? Read SandayHastBD II.
636-638, and Thayer, in Jour. Bib. Lit. 1899, 110-131; see also
McGiffert, _Apostolic Age_, 68 ff. note; HoltzmannNtTh I. 296-304.

81. _The Passover ritual_. The order according to the rabbis was the
following: the first cup of wine and water was taken by the leader, who
gave thanks over it, and then it was shared by all (compare Lk. xxii. 17);
then the head of the company washed his hands--Dr. Edersheim connects with
this the washing of the disciples' feet, which changed the ceremony from
an act of distinction into one of humble service; after this the dishes
were brought on the table, then the leader dipped some of the bitter herbs
into salt water or vinegar, spoke a blessing, and partook of them, then
handed them to each of the company; then one of the loaves of unleavened
bread was broken; after this a second cup was filled, and before it was
drunk the significance of the Passover was explained by the leader in
reply to a question by the youngest of the company, after which the first
part of the Hallel (Ps. cxiii., cxiv.) was sung, and then the cup was
drunk; then followed the supper itself beginning with "the sop,"--a piece
of the paschal lamb, a piece of unleavened bread, and bitter herbs,
wrapped together and dipped in the vinegar,--which was passed around the
company (compare the sop which Jesus gave to Judas); after the supper came
a third cup, known as "the cup of blessing" (see I. Cor. x. 16); then
followed grace after meat; then a fourth cup, in connection with which the
remainder of the Hallel was sung (Ps. cxv. to cxviii.), followed by
certain other songs and prayers. See EdersLJM II. 496-512; AndLOL 488-494.

82. _The washing of the disciples' feet_. John (xiii. 1-11) says this
occurred "during supper" (v. 2), and before the designation of the
traitor. Luke (xxii. 23-30) tells of a dispute about greatness among the
disciples. This dispute may have arisen over the assignment of places at
table (compare Lk. xiv. 7 ff.; Mk. x. 33-45); if so, the reason for the
lesson in humility is apparent. See AndLOL 482-484; EdersLJM II. 492-503.

83. _Did Jesus twice predict Peter's denials_? Mark (xiv. 26-31) and
Matthew (xxvi. 30-35) place the prediction after the departure for
Gethsemane; Luke (xxii. 31-34) and John (xiii. 36-38), during the supper.
AndLOL 494 ff. thinks Peter was warned twice, EdersLJM. II. 535-537 holds
to one warning on the way to Gethsemane. Antecedent probability favors
this view.

84. _Where in John should the institution of the sacrament be placed_?
Probably after the departure of Judas (Mark xiv. 21f.; Matt. xxvi. 26),
thus not before xiii. 30. The most likely place is between, verses 32 and
33. There is no break at this point, and it remains a mystery why John's
account of the passion omitted this central feature of early Christian
belief and practice. The omission argues for rather than against apostolic
authorship, as a forger would not have ventured to disregard the leading
service of the church in an account of the life of its Lord. See Westcott,
_Comm. on John_, 188.

85. On the possible _disarrangement of the last discourses_ (xiii. 31 to
xvi. 33) in our text of John see Spitta, _Urchristentum_, I. 168-193;
Bacon, Jour. Bib. Lit. 1894, 64-76; Burton, Bib. Wld. 1899 I. 32.

VIII

The Shadow of the Cross

86. See GilbertLJ 354-384; AndLOL 497-588; WeissLX III. 319-381; BeysLJ I.
390-432, II. 448-473; EdersLJM II. 533-620; KeimJN VI. 1-274; SandayHastBD
II. 632f.

87. On the location of _Gethsemane and Golgotha_ see AndLOL 499f.,
575-588; and HastBD II. 164, 226f.

88. On the progress of _Jesus' trial by the Jewish authorities, _ see
AndLOL 505-516; GilbertLJ 359-363. The _legality of the trial_ has been
carefully discussed by A. T. Innes, _The Trial of Jesus Christ_.

89. On the form and sequence of _Peter's denials_, see Westcott, _Comm.
on John_, 263-266; AndLOL 516-521.

90. The _Words from the Cross_. Matthew (xxvii. 46) and Mark (xv. 34)
report one; Luke (xxiii. 34?, 43, 46) adds three, omitting the one found
in Matthew and Mark; John adds three more (xix. 26f., 28, 30). Luke xxiii.
34 is bracketed by Westcott and Hort because omitted by a very important
group of MSS. ([Hebrew: aleph]^aBD*) and some early versions. The saying
is almost certainly authentic, though it may have been added to Luke by
some early copyist. See Westcott and Hort, _N.T. in Greek_, II. Appendix,
68; and Plummer, _Comm. on Luke_, 544f.

IX

The Resurrection and Ascension

91. Read SandayHastBD II. 638-643; see KeimJK VI. 274-383, for a still
valid criticism of the position of RevilleJN II. 428-478; see also WeissLX
III. 382-409; BeysLJ I. 433-481, II. 474-493; BovonNTTh I. 350-375;
GilbertLJ 385-405; Loofs, _Die Auferstehungsberichte und ihr Wert_;
EdersLJM II. 621-652; AndLOL 589-639.

92. The last twelve verses of Mark (xvi. 9-20) are omitted by the oldest
MSS ([Hebrew: aleph]B) and by the recently discovered Sinaitic Syriac, as
well as by other versions and fathers. An Armenian MS. has been found
ascribing the section to one Ariston, or Aristion, a second century elder,
and this explanation of the origin of the verses is widely accepted. The
gospel cannot have ended with the words "for they were afraid," but no
satisfactory explanation of the condition of its text has been found. For
a recent hypothesis see Rohrbach, _Der Schluss des Markusevangeliums_; on
Aristion as the author, see Conybeare in Expos. IV. viii. (1893) 241, IV.
x. 219, V. ii. 401; see also SandayHastBD II. 638f., Bruce, _Expos. Gk.
Test_. I. 454f. For discussion of textual evidence see Westcott and Hort,
_NT in Greek_, II. Appendix, 28-51, and Burgon, _The last twelve verses
of St. Mark_ (a passionate defence).

Luke xxiv. 51 is omitted by [Hebrew: aleph]*D and several old Latin MSS.
See Plummer and Bruce on the passage.

93. "_After three days_." This formula, which appears often in Mark, is
altered in parallels in Matthew and Luke to "on the third day" (see
Concordance). Jesus died on Friday, lay in the tomb over Saturday, and
rose very early Sunday morning. Thus he spent a part of Friday, and a part
of Sunday, and all of Saturday in the grave. According to Jewish reckoning
this was counted three days.

94. _Emmaus_. A village about 60 furlongs from Jerusalem. Cannot have been
the Emmaus in the Shephelah, 20 m. from Jerusalem. May have been el
Kubeibeh, 63 furlongs distant on the road from Jerusalem to Lydda. See
AndLOL 617-619; but also HastBD I. 700.

Part III.--The Minister

I

The Friend of Men

95. Head Mathews, _The Social Teachings of Jesus, _ especially 132-174;
see also Robinson, _The Saviour in the Newer Light_, 343 ff.

II

The Teacher with Authority

96. See WendtTJ I. 106-151; Stevens, _Theol. of the N.T._ 1-16; Beyschlag,
_N.T. Theology, I_. 31-34. In particular on the Parables see references in
sect. A 56. On the content of Jesus' teaching see WendtTJ 2 vols.;
Dalman, _Die Worte Jesu; Stevens, Theol. of the N.T._ 17-244; Beyschlag,
_N.T. Theol_. I. 27-299; Mathews, _Social Teaching of Jesus_; Gilbert,
_The Revelation of Jesus_; Bruce, _The Kingdom of God_.

III

Jesus' Knowledge of Truth

97. Adamson, _The Mind in Christ_; GilbertRJ 169f., 240-242; Schwartzkopf,
_The Prophecies of Jesus Christ_.

IV

Jesus' Conception of Himself

98. BaldSJ 125-282; Stalker, _Christology of Jesus_, HoltzmannNtTh I.
234-304; WendtTJ II. 122-183; GilbertRJ 167-228; Stevens, _Theol. of the
N.T._ 41-64, 199-212. On the title "Son of Man" see particularly DalmanWJ
I. 191-219; Charles, _Eschatology_, 214f. note; against, A. Meyer, _Jesu
Muttersprache_, 91-101, and others. See also HoltzmannNtTh I.
246-264. On the name "Son of God," see Dalman WJ I. 219-237; Holtzmann
NtTh I. 265-278; Stalker, _Christology_, 86-123; Gilbert, as above. On the
personal religion of Jesus see Burton, Bib. Wld. 1899, II. 394-403. For
the total impression of the character of Jesus, read Bushnell, _The
Character of Jesus_.

Indexes

Index of Names and Subjects

[References are to pages.]

AEnon, site of, 288.
"After three days," 307.
Agrapha, 36, 149, 281.
Andrew, of Bethsaida, 92, 94, 118.
Angels, doctrine of, 10.
Annas, 191, 193, 194.
Antipas, 4, 192.
Apocalypse, 17f., 122, 124, 241.
Apocryphal gospels, 37, 281, 282.
Archelaus, 4, 5.
Aristion, author of Mark xvi. 9-20, 204f., 306f.
Assumption of Moses, 75

Baptism of John, see _John the Baptist_.
Baptism of Jesus, 83-86, 283f.
Barabbas, 174, 192.
Bethany beyond Jordan, 92, 284.
Bethany, supper at, 169, 301.
Bethsaida, site of, 290.
Books of reference, 273-277.
Brethren of Jesus, 63f., 283.

Caesarea Philippi;, 4, 291.
confession at, see _Peter_.
Caiaphas, 191, 193, 194.
Cana of Galilee, 95, 222, 286.
Cananeans or Zealots, party of, 11, 74.
Capernaum, site of, 290.
Census under Quirinius, 11, 52-55.
Chorazin, site of, 290.

Dalmanutha, 291.
Dalmanutha, Books of, 17f., 241, 254f.
Decapolis, the, 140, 291.
Dedication, feast of, 150, 154.
Demoniac possession, 131-133, 245-248, 299.
Devout, the, 13, 17.
Diatessaron of Tatian, 38, 47, 281.
Doublets, 44, 281.
Draughts of fish, miraculous, 293.

Emmaus, site of, 307.
Enoch, Book of, 241, 256-258.
Ephraim, site of, 300.
Essenes, manner of living, 11-12;
their hope of Messiah, 16;
their settlement, 73;
relation to John the Baptist, 73, 77.

Five thousand, the feeding of, 135f., 291.

Gadarenes, country of, 247, 290f.
Genealogies of Jesus, 282.
Gethsemane, 177, 186, 188f., 265, 305.
Golgotha, 305.

Herod the Great, 3;
began to rebuild temple, 49;
census during his reign, 54.
Herod Antipas, 4, 192.
Herodians, 14, 173.

James, brother of John, 92, 94, 118.
Jesus, language of, 19, 62, 279;
date of birth, 52-56;
the miraculous conception, 58-61;
growth, physical, intellectual, moral, and spiritual, 61-66;
his brothers and sisters, 64;
visit to Jerusalem in his twelfth year, 66-68;
life in Nazareth, 68f.;
his baptism, 83-86;
his temptation, 86-91;
his first disciples, 92-95;
at Cana, 95;
his social friendliness, 96, 219f.;
the cleansing of the temple, 108-110;
talk with Nicodemus, 111;
the woman of Samaria, 112;
cure of nobleman's son, 113;
in retirement in Galilee, 113f.;
call of four disciples, 118;
popular enthusiasm and pharisaic opposition, 119-121;
his withdrawals and injunctions of silence, 122 ff.;
blasphemy of the Pharisees, 124;
the reply to John's message, 125;
his twofold aim in Galilee, 126;
his method, 127;
the sermon on the mount, 127f.;
the parables, 128f., 231f., 296f.;
instruction of the twelve, 130, 297;
his mighty works, 131f.;
his personal influence, 133;
the feeding of the five thousand, 135f.;
the revulsion in popular feeling, 136;
the controversy about hand washing, 139;
the withdrawal to the north, 138;
the demand for a sign, 139;
disciples warned against the Pharisees, 139;
the question at Caesarea Philippi, 141f.;
commendation of Peter, 143;
announcement of approaching death, 144;
rebuke of Peter, 145;
the transfiguration, 146f.;
the epileptic boy, 147;
rebuke of worldly ambition, 147f.;
Jesus and his brethren, 148;
at the feast of Tabernacles, 148;
return to Galilee, 150;
final departure from Galilee, 154;
the mission of the seventy, 158;
visit to the feast of Dedication, 159;
in Perea, 160;
the summons to Bethany, 161f.;
official determination to get rid of him, 161;
at Ephraim, 162;
question about divorce, 154;
blessing little children, 154;
the rich young ruler, 154;
request of Salome, 163;
Bartimeus, 163;
Zacchaeus, 163;
anointing at Bethany, 169;
the Messianic entry, 170f.;
the barren fig-tree, 172;
the questions of the leaders, 173f.;
counter question, 175;
denunciation of scribes, 175;
the widow's mites, 176;
visit of the Greeks. 176f.;
the eschatological discourse, 178;
bargain of Judas, 169, 178f.;
the last supper, 181-184;
dispute and foot washing, 184;
withdrawal of Judas, 184;
prediction of Peter's denials, 185;
discourse and prayer, 185-187;
Gethsemane, 188-190;
betrayal and arrest, 190f.;
trial by Jews, 191f.;
trial by Pilate, 192-194;
crucifixion, 195-198;
burial of Jesus, 199;
the resurrection, 201-210;
the ascension, 214f.;
Jesus' attitude to common life, 219-223;
his hunger for sympathy, 223;
Jesus as a teacher, 226f.;
his attitude to Old Testament, 227-229;
his confidence in men, 230f.;
his use of illustration, 231-233;
his alertness of mind, 234;
his leading ideas, 235 ff.;
his supernatural knowledge, 239-244;
his confession of ignorance, 243;
his kinship with men, 244f.;
treatment of demoniac possession, 245-248;
his certainty of his Messianic call, 249-254;
his adoption of Messianic titles, 254-264;
his consciousness of dependence on God, 264-266;
the problem of Jesus, 267-269.
John, Gospel of, 32-36, 40f., 181, 280, 305.
John the Baptist, 70-81;
notice by Josephus, 71f., 279f.;
his idea of the kingdom of God, 73;
his relation to current thought, 73-76;
his baptism, 77f., 83;
baptism of Jesus, 82-84;
the embassy from the priests, 92;
testimony--"the Lamb of God," 93, 286;
baptizing at AEnon, 112;
his self-effacing witness to Jesus, 79, 112;
hostility of the Pharisees, 113, 289;
arrest by Antipas, 71f., 113;
his message to Jesus, 125;
death in prison, 134f.; his significance, 79-81, 226;
the disciples of John, 112, 283;
literature about John, 283.
John, son of Zebedee, 36, 92, 94, 118, 193,269.
John of Gischals, 121.
Joseph of Arimathea, 182, 199.
Josephus, 22;
notice of John the Baptist, 71, 279f.
Judas of Galilee, 11, 121.
Judas the betrayer, 169, 181, 302;
the bargain, 178;
his selection as an apostle, 179;
his criticism of Mary at Bethany, 179;
his kiss, 190;
his remorse, 179.
Judea, province of, 6f.

Kingdom of God, 68, 86, 90, 173, 190, 231, 232, 235 ff., 238, 241.

Language used by Jesus, 19, 62, 279.
Last supper, the, 181-187, 303-305.
Lawyers, see _Scribes_.
Length of Jesus' ministry, 45-49.
Literature of the Jews, 18f., 279.
"Logia," ascribed to Matthew, 32, 42, 158.
Luke, Gospel of, 26f., 31f., 280.

Mark, Gospel of, 25f., 27, 29, 32, 40, 42, 280, 294f.;
last twelve verses of, 204f., 306f.
Mary Magdalene, 134, 208.
Mary, the mother of Jesus, 59;
had other children, 60, 63f., 283.
Matthew, Gospel of, 23 ff., 27, 30f., 32, 280.
Messianic entry into Jerusalem, 170, 301f.
Messianic hope, the, 16-18, 87, 175, 279.
Miracles of Jesus, 96, 267, 286f.
Miraculous birth, the, 57-61, 232.
Mission of the twelve, 130, 297.
Mission of the seventy, 158, 300f.

Nathanael, of Cana, 92, 94, 286.
Nazareth, the view from, 65f.
rejection at, 292.
Nicodemus, 111, 199.

Papias, 22, 29, 34, 47, 102, 281.
Parables of Jesus, 128f., 231f., 296f.
Passover, the, 181, 187, 304.
Paul, 21, 36, 201, 206, 268.
Pentateuch, Jesus' references to, 244.
Perea, 104, 153f., 158, 299f.
Peter, 29, 34, 92, 94, 118, 185, 193, 305, 306;
confession of, 136, 142 ff., 297f.
Pharisees, the, 8-10;
attitude to John the Baptist, 82, 113, 289;
their blasphemy, 124, 156;
question about divorce, 154;
about tribute, 173;
about the great commandment, 174, 302.
Philip of Bethsaida, 92, 94, 176.
Philip the tetrarch, 4.
Pliny the younger, 21.
Pontius Pilate, 5, 192, 195.
Priests, the, 7f., 107;
and the temple market, 108.
Proselytes, 78, 176, 302.
Psalms, Jesus' use of the, 244.
Psalms of Solomon, 18, 261.
Publicans, 6, 72, 222.

Quirinius, census under, 52-55.

Religion of Jesus, 264 ff., 308.
Resurrection, pharisaic doctrine of, 10, 241;
Sadducean rejection of 10, 174.

Sadducees, the, 8, 16, 82;
the question about the resurrection, 174, 303;
attitude towards Jesus, 193.
Samaria, 6f.
Jesus' journey through, 112.
Samaritans, how regarded, 14.
Sanhedrin, the great, at Jerusalem, 7, 13, 192.
Scribes, their business, 9;
power in the sanhedrin, 13;
their influence over the religious life, 14;
their hope of a Messiah, 16;
their washings, 78;
chief of them at Jerusalem, 107;
their pride of learning and their bondage to tradition, 228.
Sermon on the mount, 127, 290, 295f.
Signs, essential marks of the Messiah, 95, 131.
Soldiers in Palestine, 6, 72, 191.
Son of Man, the, 124f., 130f., 254-260, 308.
Son of God, the, 260-264, 308.
Star of the wise men, 56.
Suetonius, 21.
Sychar, site of, 288.
Synagogue, the, 14.
Synoptic gospels, 28.
Synoptic problem, 27-32, 279f.

Tabernacles, feast of, 148, 150, 298f.
Tacitus, 3, 21, 54.
Tatian, 23, 38, 47, 281.
Taxes, Roman, in Judea, 6.
Temple at Jerusalem, 107;
market in 107;
cleansing of, 107, 288f.
Temptation of Jesus, 86-91, 145, 284;
locality of, 285;
source of the record, 90, 285.
Tertullian, 45, 53.
Thomas, 208.
Tiberius, 1, 21, 50.
Traditions of the elders, 9, 15f., 68, 74, 139.
Transfiguration, the, 146f., 292.
Trial of Jesus, the, 191-195, 305.

Words from the cross, 196 ff., 306.

Zealots, the, 11, 74, 122, 124.

Index of Scripture References

Ex.

iv. 22 261
xix. 10 78
xxiv. 1-11 183

Lev.

xii. 8 61
xxiii. 5-11 47

Num.

xxiii. 19 254

Deut.

vi. 4-9 62
viii. 3 88
xviii. 15 92
xxi. 23 196

I. Sam.

ii. 26 61

I. Kings.

xvii. 1 72

II. Kings.

i. 8
xvii. 24-41 14

Ps.

ii. 7 261
viii. 4 254
xxii. 196
lxxx. 17 254
lxxxii. 6 261
ciii. 13 262
cxiii., cxiv. 304
cxv. to cxviii. 185, 304

Isa.

i. 16 76
vi. 5 267
xi. 2 85
xxxv. 5f. 126
xlii. 1 85
li. 2 254
liii. 96, 239
liii. 7 93
lviii. 76
lxi. 1f. 45, 85, 126
lxiii. 16 262

Jer.

xxxi. 31-34 111, 183

Ezek.

ii. 1 254
xxxiii. 10-20 240
xxxvi. 25-27 111

Dan.

vi. 10 107
vii. 1-14 254
vii. 13f. 255
viii. 17 254

Hos.

i. 10 261

Joel.

ii. 1-14 76

Micah.

vi. 8 76

Matt.

i. 1 to iv. 17 23
ii. 1, 2 52
iii. 7 74
iii. 9 78
iii. 10-12 82
iii. 11 77
iii. 14 82
iii. 15 83
iii. 16 285
iv. 4, 7, 10 228
iv. 7 89
iv. 8 90
iv. 10 90, 145
iv. 12 101, 102, 106, 289
iv. 12-17 24, 39, 115
iv. 12 to xviii. 35 102
iv. 13 106
iv. 13-16 115
iv. 17 118
iv. 18-22 106, 115
iv. 18 to xvi. 20 24
iv. 23 115
iv. 23-25 115
v. 1 290
v. 3-12 296
v. 13-16 296
v. 17 83, 228
v. 17-19 296
v. 18 238
v. 20 296
v. 21-48 228, 296
v. 25f. 295
v. 29f. 295
v. 32 295
v. 38, 39 250
v. 45 244
vi. 1-6 84
vi. 1-18 64, 296
vi. 2-4 176
vi. 9-15 4, 117, 295
vi. 19-34 103, 295
vi. 24 179
vi. 25-34 42
vii. 1-6 296
vii. 7-11 117, 295
vii. 13f. 295
vii. 15-21 296
vii. 21 262
vii. 21-27 238
vii. 22f. 295
vii. 24-27 296
vii. 28, 29 226, 249
viii. 2-4 115
viii. 5 7
viii. 5, 8 43
viii. 5-13 41, 115, 288, 289
viii. 10 243
viii. 10-12 24
viii. 14-17 115
viii. 18, 23-27 116
viii. 19-22 153
viii. 20 259
viii. 28-34 116
ix. 1, 18-26 116
ix. 2-8 115
ix. 9-13 115
ix. 14-17 115
ix. 27-34 116
ix. 35 116
ix. 36 to xi. 1 116, 118, 297
x. 1, 5-15 297
x. 5f. 130
x. 7-15 297
x. 16-42 297
x. 32 262
xi. 2-6 251
xi. 2-19 41, 116
xi. 4-6 131
xi. 11 80
xi. 18f. 259
xi. 19 96, 220, 256
xi. 20-24 301
xi. 20-30 153
xi. 25-30 300
xi. 27 252, 263
xi. 28-30 160
xii. 1-8 115
xii. 9-14 115
xii. 12 227
xii. 15-21 115
xii. 22-45 116, 156
xii. 28 85, 248
xii. 46-50 116
xii. 50 145
xiii. 1-53 116, 296
xiii. 24-30 296
xiii. 31-33 44, 17
xiii. 40-43, 49, 50 296
xiii. 54-58 116, 292
xiii. 55 61, 63
xiv. 1-12 116
xiv. 1 to xxviii. 20 28
xiv. 13-23 39, 116, 297
xiv. 19 46
xiv. 21-36 116
xv. 1 43
xv. 1-20 116
xv. 13f. 150
xv. 21-28 116
xv. 21-31 140
xv. 22 254
xv. 24 130
xv. 29-31 117
xv. 32-38 117, 297
xv. 39 291
xv. 39 to xvi. 12 17
xvi. 9f. 297
xvi. 13-20 94, 117, 298
xvi. 16 263
xvi. 16ff. 142
xvi. 17 142, 224, 262
xvi. 21 118, 239
xvi. 21-28 117
xvi. 21 to xxviii. 20 24
xvi. 23 239
xvii. 1-13 117
xvii. 10-13 193
xvii. 14-20 117
xvi. 22-23 117
xvii. 24-27 117, 139
xviii. 1-35 117, 148
xviii. 4 220
xviii. 12-14 44
xix. 1f. 39, 153, 154, 298
xix. 1 to xx. 34 104
xix. 3-9 228
xix. 3-12 153
xix. 13-15 153
xix. 16 to xx. 16 153
xx. 17-19 153
xx. 20-28 153
xx. 29-34 153
xxi. 1-11 166
xxi. 1 to xxvii. 66 104
xxi. 1 to xxviii. 20 39
xxi. 4f. 170
xxi. 9-15 254
xxi. 14-16 172
xxi. 17 166
xxi. 18-19, 12-17 166
xxi. 20-23 166
xxi. 23-27 166
xxi. 28 to xxii. 14 166, 173
xxi. 33-46 25, 252
xxii. 1-14 252
xxii. 15-22 166
xxii. 23-33 166
xxii. 34-46 166, 238
xxii. 41-46 166
xxiii. 1-39 166
xxiii. 2 13
xxiii. 24 233
xxiii. 37-39 34, 106
xxiv. 1 to xxvi. 2 167
xxiv. 6-13 166
xxv. 178
xxv. 37-46 237
xxv. 40 221
xxvi. 1f. 147
xxvi. 2, 6-13 301
xxvi. 3-5, 14-16 167
xxvi. 11-13 167
xxvi. 20 181
xxvi. 25 200
xxvi. 26 305
xxvi. 30, 36-46 167
xxvi. 30-35 305
xxvi. 47-56 167
xxvi. 57 to xxvii. 10 167
xxvi. 63f. 263
xxvii. 11-31 167
xxvii. 32-56 167
xxvii. 43 261
xxvii. 46 197, 306
xxvii. 50 285
xxvii. 57 34
xxvii. 57-61 167
xxvii. 62-66 167
xxviii. 1-8 201
xxviii. 9, 10 201
xxviii. 11-15 201
xxviii. 16-20 201, 204
xxviii. 18-20 25

Mark.

i. 1-13 26
i. 3 79
i. 4 77
i. 7f. 93
i. 10 84
i. 11 68, 84, 261
i. 14 101, 102, 106, 289
i. 14f. 39, 115
i. 14 to ix. 50 26, 102
i. 16-20 115
i. 21-34 115
i. 24 254
i. 27 249
i. 35 265
i. 35-39 253
i. 35-45 115
ii. 1-12 47, 115, 230, 294
ii. 1-17 48
ii. 1 to iii. 6 47, 48, 250, 204f.
ii. 5 239
ii. 6f. 121
ii. 10 28, 256, 259
ii. 10, 28 and ||s 256
ii. 12 25
ii. 13-17 47, 115, 294
ii. 15-17 96
ii. 16 47, 121
ii. 18-22 26, 47, 115
ii. 20 239
ii. 23 47
ii. 23-28 115, 229, 294f.
ii. 25-27 228
ii. 27 257
ii. 44 253
iii. 1-6 26, 115, 295
iii. 7-12 115
iii. 11 261
iii. 13-19 115, 295
iii. 17, 41 25
iii. 19-30 40, 42, 116
iii. 21, 31-35 59, 97
iii. 22 34, 121
iii. 22-30 156
iii. 28-30 251
iii. 31-35 59, 97, 116
iv. 1-34 116, 232, 296
iv. 3 64
iv. 12 129
iv. 13 129
iv. 26-29 296
iv. 35-41 116
v. 1 290
v. 1-20 116
v. 7 261
v. 11-13 139
v. 21-43 116
v. 30-34 243
v. 41 20
vi. 1-6 43, 116, 292
vi. 2f. 220
vi. 6b 116
vi. 7-11 297
vi. 7-13 116, 147
vi. 14-29 116
vi. 15 290
vi. 30-34 47
vi. 30-46 39, 40, 116, 297
vi. 39 46
vi. 47-56 116
vii. 1 34
vii. 1-23, 48 48, 116, 121, 139, 250
vii. 6-13 233
vii. 8-13 10
vii. 10 244
vii. 13 251
vii. 14-23 238
vii. 15 227
vii. 19 130, 228
vii. 24-30 116
vii. 27 140
vii. 29f. 289
vii. 31 291
vii. 31-37 117, 297
vii. 34 20
vii. 37 25
viii. 1f. 141
viii. 1-9 117, 297
viii. 10 291
viii. 10-21 117
viii. 11 96
vii. 11-13 139
viii. 14f. 139
viii. 19f. 297
viii. 22-26 117
viii. 27-30 117, 141, 298
viii. 29 254
viii. 31 168 ,20, 256, 259
viii. 31-33 87, 239
viii. 31-ix. 1 117, 296
viii. 32f. 93
viii. 34f. 147
viii. 34 to ix. 1 146
viii. 38 256, 259
ix. 1 242
ix. 2 292
ix. 2-13 117
ix. 6 28
ix. 9 147
ix. 10 203
ix. 14-29 117, 147
ix. 19 224
ix. 29 265
ix. 30-32 117, 147
ix. 31 204
ix. 33-50 117, 299
ix. 35-37 234
ix. 43-47 295
x. 1 9, 104, 153, 154, 298
x. 1 to xvi. 8 26
x. 2-12 153, 154, 298
x. 5f. 244
x. 11 153, 154, 160
x. 13-16 104
x. 17-31 153, 155, 160
x. 18 226
x. 19 229
x. 25 233
x. 32-34 147, 153, 155, 162
x. 35-45 153, 155, 163, 165, 184, 230, 304
x. 40 243
x. 42-45 259
x. 45 241
x. 46 162
x. 46-52 153
x. 47f. 254
x. 48 163
xi. 1-11 166
xi. 1 to xv. 47 104
xi. 1 to xvi. 8 [20] 39
xi. 2f. 34
xi. 2-5 112
xi. 8-10 162
xi. 9f. 170
xi. 12-14, 15-18 166
xi. 12-14, 20-25 172
xi. 14-36 42
xi. 15-19 43, 288
xi. 17 108
xi. 19 166
xi. 20-27 166
xi. 25 295
xi. 27-33 166
xi. 29-33 173
xii. 1-12 166
xii. 13-17 166, 173
xii. 16 227
xii. 18-27 166, 174
xii. 24-27 228
xii. 27 186
xii. 28-34 166, 174
xii. 35-37 166, 245
xii. 38-40 166
xii. 41-44 166
xiii. and ||s 178, 241, 302
xiii. 1-37 167
xiii. 24-27 238
xiii. 32 243, 247, 252, 263
xiv. 1f., 10f. 167
xiv. 3 169
xiv. 3-9 166, 301
xiv. 3-11 169
xiv. 8 169
xiv. 12 303
xiv. 12-16 112
xiv. 12-26 167
xiv. 14 34
xiv. 17 181
xiv. 18-21 184
xiv. 20 185
xiv. 21 180
xiv. 26, 32-42 167
xiv. 26-31 305
xiv. 33f. 186
xiv. 34 145
xiv. 36 20, 189, 239, 265
xiv. 43-52 167
xiv. 45 190
xiv. 50 182
xiv. 53 to xv. 1 190
xiv. 61 167
xiv. 61f. 254, 261
xiv. 61-64 263
xiv. 62 191
xiv. 66-72 85, 258
xv. 1 192
xv. 1-20 167
xv. 2 254
xv. 6-15 192
xv. 21 182, 195
xv. 21-41 167
xv. 22 305
xv. 34 20, 197, 306
xv. 42 182
xv. 42-47 167
xv. 43 34
xv. 46 182
xvi. 1 202
xvi. 1-8 201
xvi. 6f. 209
xvi. [9-20] 204f., 306
xvi. [9-11] 201
xvi. [12f.] 201
xvi. [14] 201
xvi. [15-18] 201
xvi. [19f.] 201

Luke.

i. 1-4 26, 42
i. 3 41
i. 5 52
i. 36 82
i. 46-55 60
i. 68-79 68-79
i. 80 61
ii. 1f. 52
ii. 8 56
ii. 19-51 59
ii. 24 61
ii. 40-52 61
ii. 41 62, 107
ii. 48 97
ii. 49 67, 262
ii. 52 63, 69
iii. 1f. 45, 49, 52
iii. 13f. 74
iii. 15 94
iii. 21 64, 82, 85, 265
iii. 23 52
iv. 5 90
iv. 13 87, 146
iv. 14 101, 102, 289
iv. 14, 15 39, 115, 292
iv. 14 to ix. 50 26, 102
iv. 16 62
iv. 16-19 63
iv. 16-30 43, 116, 292
iv. 23 292
iv. 31 106, 115
iv. 31-41 115
iv. 42-44 115
v. 1-11 115, 293
v. 4-11 43
v. 12-16 115
v. 17 34
v. 17-26 115
v. 24 28
v. 27-32 115
v. 33-39 115
vi. 1-5 115
vi. 6-11 115
vi. 12 84, 265, 290
vi. 12-19 115, 295
vi. 17 290
vi. 20 222
vi. 20 to vii. 1 115, 295
vi. 20-26 296
vi. 27-42 296
vi. 43-46 296
vi. 47-49 296
vii. 1-10 41, 115, 288, 289
vii. 2-5 7
vii. 7 43
vii. 11-17 42, 116
vii. 18-35 41, 116
vii. 36-50 42, 116, 224
vii. 47 239
viii. 1-3 116
viii. 4-18 116, 296
viii. 19-21 116
viii. 22-25 116
viii. 26 290
viii. 26-39 116
viii. 40-56 116
ix. 1-6 116, 297, 300
ix. 7-9 116
ix. 10-17 39, 116, 297
ix. 11 135
ix. 18 265
ix. 18-21 117, 298
ix. 22-27 117
ix. 28f. 84, 146
ix. 28-36 117
ix. 29 265
ix. 31 146
ix. 37-42 117
ix. 43-45 117
ix. 46-50 117
ix. 51 39, 157
ix. 51f. 158, 298
ix. 51-62 153
ix. 51 to xviii. 40, 42, 104, 154, 156
ix. 51 to xix. 27 26
ix. 57-62 156
x. 1 158, 301
x. 3-12 297
x. 1-24 153, 300
x. 13-16 301
x. 17-20 301
x. 17-24 160
x. 18 248
x. 22 252, 263, 300
x. 25-37 34, 153, 159, 227
x. 28-37 159
x. 38-42 34, 111, 153
xi. 1 42, 265
xi. 1-4 42, 295
xi. 1-13 117
xi. 9-13 295
xi. 14-36 40, 116, 156
xi. 34-36 295
xi. 37-52 156
xi. 37-54 154, 164
xii. 1-12 156
xii. 1-59 154, 164, 165
xii. 13-21 117
xii. 22-31 42
xii. 22-34 103, 516, 295
xii. 49-53 165
xii. 58f. 295
xiii. 1-9 154, 161, 164
xiii. 10-17 117
xiii. 18-21 44, 117, 296
xiii. 22 157
xiii. 22-30 153, 164
xiii. 24 295
xiii. 31f. 171, 193
xiii. 31-35 153, 168
xiii. 32 5
xiii. 34f. 34, 106, 224
xiii. 35 252
xiv. 1-24 117
xiv. 7ff. 304
xiv. 15-24 161
xiv. 25-35 154, 156, 164, 165
xiv. 26 233
xv. 1f. 96
xv. 1 to xvi. 31 117
xv. 4-7 44
xv. 7 233
xv. 11-32 232
xvi. 13 295
xvi. 22 247
xvi. 31 229
xvii. 1-4 117
xvii. 11 157
xvii. 11-19 153
xvii. 20-37 154
xviii. 1-8 154, 164
xviii. 9-14 154, 159
xviii. 15-17 153
xviii. 15 to xix. 28 104
xviii. 18-30 153
xviii. 31-34 153
xviii. 34 203
xviii. 35-43 153
xviii. 35 to xix. 28 155, 164
xix. 1-10 154
xix. 11-28 154, 163
xix. 28 to xxiv. 53 27
xix. 29-44 166
xix. 29 to xxiii. 56 104
xix. 29 to xxiii. 53 39
xix. 37-40 162
xix. 39 170
xix. 41-44 170
xix. 45f. 289
xix. 45-47f. 166
xix. 47 172
xx. 1 166
xx. 1-8 166
xx. 9-19 166
xx. 20-26 166
xx. 27-40 166
xx. 41-44 166
xx. 45-47 166
xxi. 1-4 166
xxi. 5-38 167
xxii. 37-38 166
xxii. 1-6 167
xxii. 7-30 167
xxii. 14 181
xxii. 15 181, 183, 303
xxii. 17 304
xxii. 17-20 185
xxii. 19 184
xxii. 23-30 304
xxii. 28 87
xxii. 31-34 185, 305
xxii. 39-46 167
xxii. 47-53 167
xxii. 54-71 167
xxii. 61f. 193
xxii. 66-71 192
xxii. 70 263
xxiii. 1f. 192
xxiii. 1-25 167
xxiii. 4 192
xxiii. 5-12 192
xxiii. 13-16 192
xxiii. 16-24 192
xxiii. 26-49 167
xxiii. 27-31 195
xxiii. 34 197, 306, 307
xxiii. 43 197, 306
xxiii. 46 64, 197, 265, 306
xxiii. 50-56 167
xxiii. 56 182
xxiv. 1-12 201
xxiv. 12 205
xxiv. 13-35 201
xxiv. 21 200, 203
xxiv. 36-43 201
xxiv. 41-43 213
xxiv. 44-53 201
xxiv. 50 205
xxiv. 51 214, 307

John.

i. 14 58, 269
1. 19 to iv. 42 40, 101
i. 25 78
i. 26f. 93
i. 28 92, 284
i. 29 93
i. 29-36 80
i. 30-34 93
i. 31 82
i. 32-34 84
i. 35f. 93
i. 38 20, 226
i. 40f., 43-45 92
i. 41-45 142
i. 42-47 239
i. 44 290
i. 49 94, 142, 254, 261, 263
i. 51 95
ii. 3-5 97
ii. 11 222
ii. 12 97
ii. 13 46
ii. 13-22 43, 106, 288
ii. 16 262
ii. 20 49
ii. 22 96
ii. 23 to iii. 15 106
ii. 25 68, 141, 234, 239
iii. 2 226
iii. 16-21,30-36 32
iii. 22-30 106
iii. 24 46, 101
iii. 23 288
iii. 24,35 113
iii. 30 80
iii. 34 85, 86
iv. 1-3 113
iv. 1-3, 44 112
iv. 1-4 289
iv. 1-42 106
iv. 1-45 102
iv. 21-24 109
iv. 25 14
iv. 26 254
iv. 30 95
iv. 34 265
iv. 35 107, 288, 293
iv. 42 40
iv. 43-45 39, 106, 286
iv. 46-54 102, 106, 115, 289
v. 1 40, 48, 293
v. 1-9 32
v. 1-47 102, 115
v. 17 262
v. 19 264
v. 25 263
v. 30 265
v. 39 229
vi. 1-15 39, 116
vi. 1-71 102
vi. 4 46, 138, 293
vi. 14 25
vi. 14f. 119
vi. 15 89, 120, 135, 170
vi. 16-21 116
vi. 22-71 116
vi. 30-32 87
vi. 38 189, 265
vi. 64 178, 180
vi. 66 136
vi. 67 225
vi. 67-71 298
vi. 68 81, 123
vi. 68f. 142
vi. 69 254
vii. 1-10 39, 298
vii. 1-52 117
vii. 1 to viii. 59 103, 149
vii. 2 138
vii. 2-5 148
vii. 5 64
vii. 10 150
vii. 15 235
vii. 22 244
vii. 23 32
vii. 24 227
vii. 25,32 160
vii. 31 95
vii. 32 299
vii. 36 149
vii. 40 254
vii. 45-52 299
vii. 49 13, 220
vii. 50-52 111
vii. 53 to viii. 11 37, 117, 149, 157
viii. 12-59 117
viii. 14 248
viii. 15 157
viii. 46 83, 266
viii. 59 160, 299
ix. 1 to x. 39 153
ix. 1 to xi. 57 104
ix. 10 158, 159
ix. 35 263
ix. 35-38 156
x. 11-18 159
x. 18 89
x. 21 159
x. 22 150, 155, 298
x. 22, 40-42 58
x. 24-39 159
x. 25 161, 262
x. 29 265
x. 30 264
x. 31-39 160
x. 32 233
x. 34 261
x. 36 263
x. 39 156
x. 40 154, 155, 301
x. 40-42 153, 160
xi. 1-7 155
xi. 1-46 153, 161
xi. 4 263
xi. 6 161
xi. 34 243, 258
xi. 41f. 161, 265
xi. 47-50 193
xi. 47-54 153, 161
xi. 54 155, 162, 300
xi. 55 to xii. 11 166
xi. 55 to xix. 42 104
xii. 1 46, 102, 163, 301
xii. 1 to xxi. 25 39
xii. 2 169
xii. 4-8 301
xii. 6 178
xii. 7 169
xii. 12f. 170
xii. 12-19 166
xii. 20-36 166, 176, 302
xii. 23-36 168
xii. 36^b(-50) 166
xii. 37-43 32
xiii. 1 181, 303
xiii. 1-15 234, 304
xiii. 1-30 167
xiii. 21-30 184
xiii. 23-26 185
xiii. 29 178, 303
xiii. 31 to xvi. 33 32, 167, 305
xiii. 32f. 305
xiii. 36-38 305
xiv. 6-11 264
xiv. 10 161, 265
xiv. 28 265
xiv. 30f. 32
xv. 32, 167, 305
xv. 1 262
xvi. 32, 167, 305
xvi. 25 264
xvii. 1-26 167
xvii. 21 264
xviii. 1 167
xviii. 1-12 167
xviii. 8 190
xviii. 11^b 189
xviii. 12-27 167
xviii. 15 193
xviii. 28 182, 303
xviii. 28 to xix. 16 167
xviii. 31 192
xviii. 33, 36f. 254
xix. 7-12 192
xix. 12-16 193
xix. 14 606
xix. 16-37 167
xix. 19-22 198
xix. 25 97
xix. 26 97
xix. 26f. 197, 306
xix. 28 197, 306
xix. 30 197, 306
xix. 31 182, 199, 303
xix. 31-37 198
xix. 38 34
xix. 38-42 167
xix. 39 111
xix. 42 303
xx. 1-10 201
xx. 2 206
xx. 5-8 43
xx. 8 203
xx. 9 200
xx. 9f., 24f. 93, 94
xx. 14-18 201
xx. 17 209, 214
xx 19-25 201
xx. 21 23
xx. 26-29 201
xx. 30 49
xx. 30f. 32, 107
xxi. 206
xxi. 2 92
xxi. 1-24 201
xxi. 3-14 293
xxi. 25 39

Acts.

i. 1-11 214
i. 1-12 201
i. 14 97
ii. 36 202
v. 36 89
v. 37 53
vii. 56 254
xvii. 31 202
xix. 1-7 80
xx. 35 36
xxi. 38 89
xxiii. 8 302

Rom.

i. 3 21
i. 4 202
v. 19 21
ix. 5 21
xv. 3 21

I. Cor.

i. 23 190
v. 7 183
ix. 1 202
x. 16 304
xv. 202
xv. 3-8 21, 105, 204
xv. 4 204, 213
xv. 5 201
xv. 6 201
xv. 6f. 162
xv. 7 201

II. Cor.

v. 21 83
viii. 9 21
x. l 21
xii. 212

Gal.

iii. 13 190

Phil.

ii. 5-11 21, 269
ii. 7f. 190, 285
ii. 8 196

II. Tim.

iii. 15 63

Heb.

ii. 17 61
ii. 17f. 64
ii. 18 87
iv. 15 61, 63, 67
v. 7 147
v. 7-9 87
vii. 26 57
xii. 2 190
xii. 13 190

I. Pet.

ii. 22 83

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